Thursday Jan 27, 2011

Oracle Data Integrator sprints on Exadata

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Thursday Oct 28, 2010

Deep Dive on Data Integrator 11g - Live on Tuesday

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Tuesday Mar 30, 2010

Connecting to Microsoft Excel using Oracle Data Integrator

The posts in this series assume that you have some level of familiarity with ODI. The concepts of Topology, Data Server, Physical and Logical Architecture are used here assuming that you understand them in the context of ODI. If you need more details on these elements, please refer to the ODI Tutorial for a quick introduction, or to the complete ODI documentation for more details.

In this post I will describe how a Microsoft Excel spreadsheet can be used in Oracle Data Integrator.
Microsoft Excel is one of the many different technologies you can leverage in ODI as a source or as a target.

Prepare your Excel spreadsheet

Prior to using a Microsoft Excel spreadsheet in ODI we need to specify a name for the different cell tables we want to use. You can have multiple names in the same spreadsheet.

First open up a Microsoft Excel spreadsheet, we will need to define a named range.

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Tuesday Mar 02, 2010

Call for Papers Starts Today: Oracle Open World 2010

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Thursday Jan 21, 2010

Using Keywords to Sort Sessions in Operator

As some of you may know there are a couple of ways to view the ODI sessions information in Operator. You can sort the ODI sessions by date, by user, by agent but most users don't know that you can also sort the sessions by keywords or tags. Keywords enable users to assign tags to specific ODI scenarios, the keywords could be anything from 'Data Warehouse' to a server name like 'Server_XYZ'. Using keywords makes it easier to identify specific executions in Operator. You can have more than one keyword assigned to a single ODI scenario. Operator Prior to using keywords, users have to create session folders in Operator. Open up Operator and right-click on the Keywords node in the Session List or Hierarchical Sessions list. Then select Insert Session Folder.
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Wednesday Dec 09, 2009

Using Oracle Business Intelligence EE as a source in Oracle Data Integrator

The posts in this series assume that you have some level of familiarity with ODI. The concepts of Model, Data Store and Logical Architecture are used here assuming that you understand them in the context of ODI. If you need more details on these elements, please refer to the ODI Tutorial for a quick introduction, or to the complete ODI documentation for more details. In a previous post I have described how to create in Topology Manager a connection to an Oracle Business Intelligence (OBI) Server. Now we will see how we can use Oracle BI Server as a data source in an ODI process. Creating a Model for Oracle BI Server The first step is to create a model in Designer. Click on the Insert Model button
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